Serena is project manager and junior researcher for several EU-funded projects related to security matters. She studied at the University of Vienna, where she developed know-how, competences and skills in Jewish and Middle East Studies. In 2016 she worked in Iraq as volunteer in various refugee camps to support minorities and children escaped from ISIS. She is fluent in Italian, German, English, and has basic knowledge of Hebrew and Arabic. During 2015, she cooperated within the EU funded project ISDEP for the London Metropolitan Police and contributed to the organisation into the online campus, while from 2016 she is working on several EU-funded projects, focusing on (online) radicalisation, organized crime (OC) and terrorist network (TN) within Europe.
Zvi Tubul-Lavy as Developer of Virtual Reality solutions at Agenfor International. He holds a M.B.A in technological entrepreneurship and digital media practical engineer. From 2013, he leads the development of different software and apps as a Product Manager. A number of significant projects that have affected the efficiency of the markets are in the area of credit clearing, medicine, and a large number of entertainment projects. He relies on 15 years of experience in digital media including 3 years of service in IDF in different positions in the spokesperson unit in the field. From 2016 dedicated to the VR industry to creating VR experiences for a better future specialised in streamlining processes in organisations.
Virginia Cinelli is Executive Assistant at Agenfor International. She has a BA in International Relations and Political Science from LUISS Guido Carli University (Italy), and an MA in Terrorism and International Security from King’s College London University (UK). She has also studied Intelligence and National Security Studies at the University of Florence (Italy), gaining a grant for the best paper of the course. Moreover, she has a background on communication and external relations. Her areas of interest are: terrorism and radicalisation, especially the phenomenon of prison radicalisation, as well as crime prevention and technology & security.